Toot-A-Loop. Panapet was the ball and chain.
Found via the ThrillingDetective site. Mr. Pierce also has a cover art blog in addition to editing The Rap Sheet. Nice overview of the genre covers.
1895. My Wiki Wormhole last night was early flight experiments. Once you got a certain height off the ground (50-60 ft.?) crashes were almost always fatal. In the very early days people would jump off towers with homemade contraptions with no basis in science and would invariably kill themselves. Otto Lilienthal…
Cheeseburger, cheeseburger, cheeseburger. Pepsi.
Lot of cheap toy comic ads, etc.
“13 T-shirts everybody wanted to wear back in the 1970s.” And a few more vintage T-shirts. Groovy.
Vintage. I got some store brand mint chocolate chip ice cream sandwiches from Albertson’s on sale that were good. We had a Magnum bar in the comments earlier. There was a round cookie sandwich when I was a kid that was great (Big Wheel.) Chocolate covered and neapolitan ice cream.
I’ve been hit twice pretty much head on but I’m also pretty far inland. Both were bad.
Who ordered the double cheese and sausage?
Vintage food of the future.
Slowly I turn. Step by step. Inch by inch.
Library of Congress. 1910 header.
Nero Wolfe was from Montenegro.